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A Super-Power Presidency Is Unconstitutional

Incoming president Donald J. Trump inherits a presidential office more powerful than it has ever been. Sarah Burns writes: Now that the Electoral College has made Trump’s 2016 win final, this a good time to start thinking about what powers he will have when he comes into office in January. While the Constitution technically provides certain constraints […]

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